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lights will be yellow over red. >> yep. >> okay. if you made that landing many times at sfo -- >> many many times. >> have you ever had a situation where things were going i don't think on the land -- wrong on the landing? >> yes and we went around. >> that's the fallback. push the -- >> you're trained to do that. we take two simulators a year. at least in the united states. and i'll guarantee you you're going to have to have at least two goarounds. >> you're just astounded that given these conditions and given this aircraft and given this equipment, given this equipment, that this kind of thing could happen. >> correct. it's -- again, that's -- if we were looking for things that may have caused that, we don't know of and that's where the long-term investigation comes in. we get the data from the flight data recorder and from the cockpit voice recorder. and we get information from that. and that tells us what happened to the airplane. >> i have to interrupt you here because you were one of the developers of the flight data recorder, is that correct? >> cockpit voice recorder. project e
airlines flight 214. after it crashed at sfo and burst into flames. >> sounded like slow motion. >>> good evening, i'm allen martin. >> and i'm ann notarangelo. passengers tell us they knew something was wrong. here's the latest, all 307 passengers and crew are now accounted for. two people were killed and cnn is reporting they were chinese citizens. the flight originated in shanghai and stopped over in seoul. their bodies were found outside the plane. 181 people were injured. six of them critically. aviation experts tell us it came in too low and too slow and it hit the seawall right before the runway. tonight two of the four runways at sfo remain closed until federal investigators give the okay to open them and that means expect delays on arrivals and departures for several days. >> a couple of live looks tonight. first from chopper 5. the charred fuselage there down at the very bottom of your screen. it is still sitting in the exact spot. here's a ground picture from across the waterment it's sitting in the exact spot where it ended up off runway 28 left as they call it. in the inside
it crashed at sfo and burst into flames. >>> good evening, i'm allen martin. >> i'm an na. this is a special one-hour edition of kpix 5 news, and this is a live look at the wreckage at sfo. who is left of the fuselage is still sitting in the spot where it ended up off runway 28 left. >> here's the latest information. all 307 passengers and crew members are now accounted for. two people have been killed, and cnn reports that they were chinese citizens. their bodies were found outside the plane. 181 people were injured. six of them are in critical condition. >> aif asian experts tell us it looks like the plane kwame in too low and too slow and the plane first hit the rocky seawall right before the runway. tonight, two of the four runways at sfo remain closed until federal investigators give the okay to open them. that means expect delays on arrivals and departures for several days. linda yee begins our coverage. linda. >> well, ann, duoof those investigators are already here, but the rest of the team, the national transportation safety board investigating team from washington dark knight, they
at sfo. >> from the moment it happened there, was banging. we realized something had gone wrong. >>> without a warning, terror, panic, and confusion took over. >> again, we're sleeping slip -- slipping on the run way. >> asiana airlines flight 214 burst into flames, killing two teenage girls. >> was a lot of collapsed seats, a lot of plane was on fire. >> this morning, at investigators search for answer, hundreds recover and tell their story of how they escaped. >> i'm thing ful thankful. >> we have team coverage coming up. >> we are awaiting a news conference right now. first we want to tell you about breaking news out of redwood city. a six-alarm fire has taken over an compartment complex on wood side road. the fire started just before 2:00 this morning. 16 people were taken to the hospital. the red cross drove bus loads of people to a make-shift evacuation center. >>> 8:31 now. new this morning, we are learning more information about the two teens, who died in yesterday's crash at sfo yesterday morning. both girls were 16-year-old stay tunes from china, on their way to a summ
'm anne >>> crash landing at sfo. >> banging on these. you know something has gone wrong. something is terrible. >> without a warning, terror, panic, and confusion took over. >> again, i felt like we were going back up. >> flight 214 burst into flames killing two teenage girls. >> there was a lot of collapsedded seats. a lot of the plane was on fire. >> this morning as investigators search for answers, hundreds recover and tell their story of how they escaped the yes hang. -- wreckage. >> we have got team coverage of the latest developments in the crash at san francisco international. 7:31 the time right now. sfo airport officials are about to give an update on yesterday's crash landing. flight 214 hitting a portion of the seawall slamming on runway 28 west at 11:27 yesterday morning. 307 onboard. 291 passengers. we'll have the very latest as soon as they start talking. >> we will continue to follow that developing news. i want to tell you about breaking news out of redwood city. a six alarm fire has taken over a 72-unit apartment complex. it has been engulfed in flames sinc
landed at sfo. tail ripped off. most everyone seems fine. i'm okay. surreal." and then, i mean, this is realtime. someone, it is a victim of a crash landing, a devastating crash landing, immediately takes to social media, just sends out the word before it's even on the radar of national media. then as he escapes from the plane, he turns back with his ipad and takes this video. we're going to show you. it's extraordinary stuff. all right, we'll have that video in just a second, but it really does raise questions for all of us about what the role is for traditional media. if citizen journalists can always get there first on the front lines and we are reacting to that, what is the role right now, jackie, of traditional media? >> i think it's a filter, i think it's a vet. because you have people in the moment, they're taking pictures, they're tweeting what's going on, but there is a -- there definitely is a role for gathering all of that and making sure that the story, what is actually happening is happening before their eyes, because you can't necessarily know when you're right th
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